Attending a regional benefit dinner is a great way to show support or learn more about Mount Dora Children’s Home. Come meet some of our staff, single parents and children, and hear an update about how God is using this ministry to change lives. You will also enjoy an evening of fellowship with Christians from
Please plan to donate to Mount Dora Children’s Home on November 27, which is this year’s #GivingTuesday. An internationally recognized fundraising day, #GivingTuesday is the day set aside to show support for nonprofit organizations like MDCH. It is always the first Tuesday after Thanksgiving. More details will be available soon about how you can donate
Bill and Edith King, members at Crieve Hall Church of Christ in Nashville, were recognized as this year’s “Divine Servants” at the Nashville Area Benefit Dinner on Aug. 18, 2018, at the Franklin/Cool Springs Marriott. The award goes each year to an individual or couple who have faithfully supported Mount Dora Children’s Home over the
Mount Dora Children’s Home is hiring! We have an immediate opening for an experienced social worker with a passion for working with children and families. Please see details below and contact us if you are both qualified and interested. Qualifications At least a bachelor’s degree in social work and a minimum of two years’
It’s makeover time for the housing used by the Single-Parent Program at MDCH, and your help is needed to make it happen. Renovations to the apartments and houses on campus began this summer and are averaging about $17,000 per unit. There are eight housing units altogether. The apartments were built in the 1970s and the
Congratulations to Harmon Youngblood for being named “Divine Servant” at the 2018 Tampa Bay Area Benefit Dinner. Harmon is a member at Manhattan Avenue Church of Christ and has faithfully supported MDCH for many years. Harmon is shown here with Tim Deem, vice president of Development, on the left.
Congratulations to Tim Reichenbach, from St. Augustine Church of Christ, who received the Divine Servant Award at the 2018 Jacksonville Area Benefit Dinner. Tim faithfully supports MDCH and helps promote the annual Jacksonville Area Benefit Dinner at his church. Tim is shown here with two boys from MDCH, Brighton (left) and Sebastian.
Congratulations to Dean & Donna Itson (left) and Dennis and Nancy Itson (right), who received the Divine Servant Award at the 2018 Montgomery (Alabama) Area Benefit Dinner at Faulkner University. Both couples are members at University Church of Christ in Montgomery. Dean and Dennis are twin brothers, and both of them, along with their spouses,
View our video about Mount Dora Children’s Home. It’s a story of HOPE. For more than 70 years, MDCH has offered hope to children in need of a better home and is now also helping single parents build better families. After viewing our video, we hope you will share it with your family and friends.